Votes, Bits, and Bytes
"Votes, Bits and Bytes"
Panel 1: Citizenship
Are information and communications technologies making it possible for new forms of citizenship? Are new technologies drawing new people into the political process? Are we able to engage in politics in more meaningful ways than before? Is the impact greatest on local, state, federal campaigns? Are we able to become global citizens?
Chair: Prof. Charles Nesson, Harvard Law School
Panelist: HYPERLINK "http://www.hoder.com/weblog/" Hossein Derakhshan (a/k/a Hoder, Iranian blogger)
Panelist: Pippa Norris, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
Panelist: Tom Sander, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
Details of the conference at: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/is2k4/home
Harvard Law School
Dec 9-11, 2004